Barbecue Beef Skirt Steak Recipe
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Recipe for Easy Barbecue Beef – Skirt Steak a la Provencal

One much overlooked cut of meat is skirt steak, cooked correctly it has so much flavour and the added benefit of being half the price of fillet.

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fennel Langoustine Ragoût
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Impress your Guests with a Fennel and Langoustine Ragoût with Saffron

Ragoût of Fennel and Langoustine with Saffron for a dinner party? This savoury “stew” is served on little boxes of puff pastry. Inspired by Provence, David decided on a pink-theme for their dinner starting with a potted salmon appetizer and this served this impressive seafood main course.

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Filo Salmon Pie @Masdaugustine
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Market Day Fish Recipe: Filo Salmon Pie

A creamy seafood pie with salmon, mushrooms and leeks with a crispy golden top of filo pastry.

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Roast Cod with Stuffed Courgette Flowers #Recipe @MasdAugustine
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Cod Recipe with Zucchini Flowers

The key ingredient for this recipe is the cod, but the dish is really brought to life by the lemon, garlic and cheese that are added to the fish topping and the stuffing for the flowers.

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Saumon creme doseille
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Seared Salmon in a Sorrel Sauce

Tangy mustard crusted salmon served on creamy green Sorrel sauce with sweet radishes.
Saumon à la Crème d’Oseille

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Eggplant lasagna recipe
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A Delicious Recipe from a Friend for Eggplant Lasagna

Eggplants are a market staple in Provence. Although this recipe is more Italian in theme, you certainly can find lasagna on menus in Provence. Deep purple aubergines are a somewhat somber contrast to the bright red strawberries and tomatoes that you might find displayed on market stalls. This purple vegetable is a main stay in Provencal cuisine and certainly is a key ingredient in any ratatouille recipe.

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Braised Rabbit in Mustard Sauce @Masdaugustine
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Classic French Recipe Baked Rabbit with Mustard Cream

This is a classic French dish using rabbit and Dijon mustard but, if you really don’t want to cook rabbit, then substitute chicken thighs.

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